Zagreb has refused to implement a 2017 border arbitration ruling, saying the process was corrupted by Slovenian officials.
Bulgarian politicians question sale of Czech energy giant's Bulgarian assets to small family-owned Inercom whose owner is a close friend of Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova.
Navalny and his chief of staff have been detained for 30 days, taking them out of circulation for the March 18 presidential elections.
The ruling coalition's risky attempt to remove Laura Kovesi from the helm of the DNA will inevitably spark more anti-corruption protests in Romania.
In London speech, Iranian deputy foreign minister asks why Iran would stay in the deal when “there is no benefit for us”.
Populist billionaire encouraged by first talks with Social Democrats but issue of whether he can be PM with fraud charges hanging over him is yet to be addressed.
Belarus tapped the international debt market on February 21 for the first time this year with a new $600mn Eurobond
There were some very public arrests and jailings in Russia in 2017, but they had little impact on the TI Corruption Perception index ranking. Ukraine has also failed to make real progress.
An unknown man threw a grenade at the US embassy in Podgorica, the capital of Nato's newest member state, then blew himself up with a second device.
Macedonia in freefall as setbacks across the region are bad news for hopes of accelerated progress towards EU accession.
Zagreb Stock Exchange suspended trading of all listed Agrokor Group companies after the emergency manager of the debt-stricken food and retail giant resigned.
Backed by the ruling Republicans, Armen Sarkissian leads Armenia's presidential race but questions about the mysterious end of his brief stint as prime minister and when exactly he renounced his British citizenship are undermining his credibility.
In another blow to Latvia's financial system, central bank governor Ilmars Rimsevics is accused of soliciting bribes.